Who's Creating YOUR Reality?

Jun 29


Rosella Aranda

Rosella Aranda

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“What is happening within us will create what happens
outside us.”

“There is no ‘out there’ out there,Who's Creating YOUR Reality? Articles independent of what is
going on in here.”
“We are operating as if today were yesterday.”

These quotes are taken from the movie,
“What the Bleep Do We Know?”

This fascinating film demonstrates cinematically what the
Seth material told us years ago. Its basic premise is that
we literally create our own reality.

If there is conflict, turmoil or frustration in our outer
experience, the cause lies in the inner realm of our minds.
Our outer world is nothing more than an outward manifestation
of the mental images that we carry. Most of us have no
trouble agreeing with this on the surface, but . . .

It’s Too Dark in There!

Rather than explore the murky depths of our own soul, we
would rather continue to look "out there" in hopes of
finding someone else who might "crawl inside our heads" and
fix us.

So we buy the latest and the greatest self-help package that
catches our eye, but in short order we're back to where we
started from.

Did you know that many people never even use the programs
they purchase? These people are defeated before they ever
get started!

And even for the most determined people who actually do
everything suggested, the results have been fragile,
artificial and short-lived. Why is that?

Ideas Must Be Planted in a Fertile Mind

It’s not so much that these reprogramming methods are
faulty. It's just that the people who want and need these
tools lack the basic sense of self-worth that would allow
any desirable ideas to take root.

It's almost as if there were an invisible demon inside
shoveling out the good stuff as quickly as we can put it in!
It's a bit like trying to plant flowers in a chalk garden.
They will not grow.

This is why it is crucial to first expose and release the
underlying subconscious beliefs that are holding us back.
The circumstances behind how and why these harmful beliefs
got lodged in the first place are as unique and varied as
the individuals themselves, so a "one-size-fits-all"
approach won't work.

You Are a Unique Individual with a Unique Personal Tale.

It is only by uncovering the details of your own personal
history that you will be able to permanently "unplug" and
disempower your crippling beliefs.

What Are You Going To Do About It?

I’m reminded of a story that I first heard years ago on a
tape series from one of my favorite mentors, Dr. Deepak
Chopra. It goes something like this . . .

Elephants born in captivity are restrained by a chain which
attaches one of their legs to a metal spike driven into the
ground. This prevents them from straying away. They become
accustomed to the fact that, as long as the chain and spike
are present, they are unable to move.

As they grow older, the minds of these baby elephants become
programmed. When they see the spike and chain, they
"believe" and accept that they cannot move.

They become so conditioned that when their owners tie them
down with nothing more than a flimsy rope attached to a
wooden post or a small tree, they make no effort to move
away, because they are already convinced that they can’t.

In truth, their actual power as adults is so great that they
could easily snap the rope or uproot the tree and just walk
away with the whole thing! Their programming, however,
prevents them from even making an attempt.

Does This Remind You of Anyone You Know?

We are all very much like these elephants. We allow severely
limiting beliefs, which have no basis in reality, to inhibit our
actions and even our imaginations.

We are controlled by false childhood assumptions we made (or
that someone else made for us) about our ability, power or
even our inherent worth.

Until we muster the courage and the energy to seek out and
challenge these outdated notions, we will continue to be as
“imprisoned” as these elephants.

"We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark.
The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the
light." - Plato

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